To both you girls Refreshed and Rainy.
Firstly I can see precisely where you both are coming from.
The story that I read originally was written by Watchman Nee and I have only taken in one story of his, that being "The Spiritual Man" and that book alone. I looked into some of the others he wrote but they didn't correlate with that one.
It was being lucky first time.
If one of you have the patience to actually read all of that book I think then you will have more insight of what he actually interprets from the Bible.
As far as Watchman "LEE" is concerned I have no knowledge of him although I do now as you both have brought it up.
The only reason that I have put LEE in my post is because LEE is more familiar
to me than NEE and that being it was simply a "Freudian slip" and confused the issue.
Anyway I must tell you both that I seriously look into everything that I read and as I have said in the past if one word of what I read in any article
is detrimental to the subject I will immediately stop reading it.
The reason Watchman Nee consistently repeats himself is, I believe, is that the reader does not stray from the interpretation of his findings.
You must believe me that that book is consistent with the Bible and humanities mind-sets.
I believe that he has done a brilliant job of putting all of it together but one must take 'time out' to fully understand it's intent because the Bible in the first instant is about ones morals and beliefs and this book in the outset explains precisely that.
It puts forward how we view God and how that correlates with our interpretation.
So someone please take time out to truly read it's content and intent, you will not be disappointed, thank you.